A coming-of-age story about a queer Indian American girl exploring activism and identity through art, perfect for fans of "Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe."
We'd like to congratulate the exciting debut of Amanda Gunn, current Stegner Fellow, with her exhilarating book of poems forthcoming in May 2023.
The cinephile and award-winning poet recently discussed how film inspires his work and shared some advice for aspiring poets.
Each year, a select group of undergraduates are offered the chance to work one-on-one with Stegner Fellows in poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction as part of the Stanford Creative Writing Program’s Levinthal Tutorials.
A breakout author who writes the books she wants her friends to read, Malavika Kannan is also one of Creative Writing's Peer Advisors.
Stanford’s Creative Writing program hosted poet Hieu Minh Nguyen in the Poetry-in-Conversation interview series on Wednesday, April 12. Speaking with a small, avid audience at Mariposa House, the former Stegner Fellow discussed his most recent poetry collection, “Not Here,” and how he writes about his identity.
We are accepting submissions from Stanford undergraduate students for the 2022-23 Undergraduate Prizes!
The Stanford Daily sat down with three recipients of the Wallace Stegner Fellowship and current Jones Lecturers in Creative Writing to discuss their poetry collections, and their experience and insights gained at Stanford.
Happy spring! To celebrate the start of a new quarter, we would like to spotlight a brand new chapbook from John Evans, lecturer in the Creative Writing Program.